What is The Clinic?
The Clinic is a licensed and insured free medical clinic. We do not bill our patients or require a fee, but patients may make a contribution if able.
Does The Clinic only provide care for adults?
The Clinic serves adults, newborns and children who are uninsured. The Clinic does not care for pregnant women.
Who provides medical care?
Primary medical care is provided by The Clinic's Medical Director and Associate Medical Director. Specialty care is provided by volunteers who are licensed physicians or medical practitioners. Please note that specialty care providers have limited hours, and appointments are required.
Do I need an appointment?
Yes, appointments are required.
How do I make an appointment?
Please call 610-935-1134, extension 21 or extension 27.
Are there other services at The Clinic?
Yes, The Clinic has a full-time phlebotomist for lab work. All lab tests done at The Clinic or required for your care are free.
The Clinic also provides free prescriptions to eligible patients. You must be an active patient at The Clinic to receive medications.
What documents should I bring to the first appointment?
We require photo identification and proof of current address.
Do I have to live in Phoenixville?
No, The Clinic provides care to uninsured patients in Phoenixville and the surrounding areas. Please visit our Appointments page to see our service area map.
What if I have to cancel an appointment?
We understand if you need to cancel an appointment. You need to contact the appointment desk to reschedule so the time may be given to another patient. If you don’t show up for an appointment more than twice, you will no longer be considered a patient.
Do you provide translating services?
The Clinic has a full-time interpreter on staff. However, if you are unable to converse in English and do not bring an interpreter with you, we cannot guarantee that you will be seen.
The Clinic has a dedicated Spanish line to make an appointment or to leave a message – 610-935-1134 ext. 60.